Primipilar

Pri*mip"i*lar

(?), a. [L. primipilaris, fr. primipilus the centurion of the first cohort of a Roman legion, fr. primus pilus the division made up of the triarii in the Roman army.] Of or pertaining to the captain of the vanguard of a Roman army. Barrow.
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Pri*mi"ti*a

(?), n.;
pl. Primiti (#) (Primitias (#), obs.).
[L. primitiae, pl., fr. primus first. Cf. Premices.] (Eng. Law) The first fruit; the first year's whole profit of an ecclesiastical preferment.
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The primitias of your parsonage.
Spenser.
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